• (adj): Remaining in force or being carried on without letup.
    Example: "The act provided a continuing annual appropriation"; "the continuing struggle to put food on the table"

Some articles on continuing:

Star Trek: The Continuing Mission - External Links
... Star Trek The Continuing Mission Star Trek The Continuing Mission on IMDB Article about Star Trek The Continuing Mission (12/20/07) on Interview with Sebastian ...
Cambridge Science Park Railway Station - Proposed Service Pattern
5tph to Cambridge, with 2tph continuing to London King's Cross, 1tph continuing to London Liverpool Street and 1tph continuing to Stansted Airport. 4tph to Ely, with 1tph continuing to King's Lynn, 1tph continuing to Birmingham New Street and 1tph continuing to Norwich ...
Allison T40 - Operational History
... the poor performance of the aircraft and continuing difficulties with the engines forced cancellation in favour of the Douglas A3D Skywarrior ... Continuing concerns over propellers and the poor payload and performance precluded further development ... turboprop fighter aircraft, but the continuing difficulties with the T40 engine, supersonic propeller, not to mention performance completely ...
Continuing Legal Education
... Continuing legal education (CLE also known as MCLE (mandatory or minimum continuing legal education)) is professional education of lawyers that takes place after their initial admission to the bar ... In some non-US jurisdictions, the term continuing professional development is used ...
Continuing Church
... Continuing Churches are often numerically small denominations that formed from disputes within a larger parent organization ... The ‘continuing’ organizations may be old or the split between the parent Church and the Continuing Church may be recent ...

Famous quotes containing the word continuing:

    A child-like man is not a man whose development has been arrested; on the contrary, he is a man who has given himself a chance of continuing to develop long after most adults have muffled themselves in the cocoon of middle-aged habit and convention.
    Aldous Huxley (1894–1963)

    It is our continuing love for our children that makes us want them to become all they can be, and their continuing love for us that helps them accept healthy discipline—from us and eventually from themselves.
    Fred Rogers (20th century)

    I would define the poetic effect as the capacity that a text displays for continuing to generate different readings, without ever being completely consumed.
    Umberto Eco (b. 1932)